Lincoln House Chambers are not currently recruiting pupils in the current round. We will update this webpage and our twitter feed when applications re-open – it is likely that applications will re-open in Summer 2018 for pupillages to commence in September 2019.⠀⠀

Lincoln House Chambers is planning for the future by looking to recruit high calibre pupils to join our nationally-recognised set. We are experts in High Profile Criminal cases, Regulatory law, Professional Discipline and Civil Litigation.

Number of pupillages: Two

Awards available: Yes

Financial support level: £30,000 – £39,999

Closing date: 30 October 2017 at 4:00 PM

Pupillage start date: September 2018

Pupillage type: 12 month pupillage

“This leading multi-discipline set has over 30 years of experience of prosecuting and defending the most serious criminal cases in the North of England. Lincoln House boasts a deep bench of Queen’s Counsel and many supporting juniors dedicated to working on cases of the utmost gravity, from organised crime to terrorism.“ Chambers & Partners 2016.

“Lincoln House Chambers has a first-rate reputation in health and safety and regulatory work. Its members prosecute and defend in cases brought by bodies such as the Environment Agency, Trading Standards, and DEFRA; and are also experienced in areas such as gross negligence, manslaughter and deaths in custody. Elsewhere, the set has a strong track record in professional discipline, with practitioners prosecuting and defending in cases involving the GMC and the Police Federation.” Legal 500 2015

“Lincoln House Chambers has a dedicated team specialising in matters which are factually, legally and medically complex. Its disease work covers British Coal respiratory disease, miner’s knee, and surface dust cases, while catastrophic injury and clinical negligence are other core areas of the practice.” Legal 500 2015

Undertaking a pupillage at Lincoln House will provide you with the training, skills and experience you need to begin a long and successful career. You will be mentored by one of our top barristers who will offer you a wealth of knowledge and guidance to help you confidently tackle challenging and complex cases.

This is an unprecedented opportunity to complete pupillage in a top tier set, with a reputation for innovation, teamwork and strength in depth.

Please send CV (no more than 2 pages) and cover letter (no more than 2 pages) to pupillage@lincolnhousechambers.com by 4pm, 30th October 2017. Applicants are encouraged to complete a Chambers’ Equality and Diversity Form.